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Ivy Dorsett, a nursing instructor at Everest College, hands out papers during class at the for-profit institution, which offers associate's degrees and diploma programs. About 350 students attend the McLean campus.

    For-profit colleges defend their stature

    These aren't your parents' colleges. There are typically no sprawling campuses, no fraternities or sororities, no students reading books under trees and no sports teams.

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